The Parish of St. Thomas, Werneth
Welcome to the home page of St. Thomas' Church, Werneth - on the Coppice. St. Thomas' is one of many parish churches in the Church of England. It is part of the Diocese of Manchester.
Our usual timetable has been revised to reduce the spread of the virus. At the moment, the church building is cosed.
But we are offering
This website is currently being rebuilt and simplified.
Some links do not work yet!
If you can't get to a funeral, use the button below to find prayers and reflections to use at home at the same time, or at a different time.
10:15 am (prompt): Sunday School
10:30 am (onwards): Service available
12 noon: Zoom Refreshments (please bring your own)
For details of the meeting numbers and passwords, please contact Nick
A statement from Archbishop Justin Welby and Archbishop John Sentamu in response to events in the United States of America:
“Recent events in the United States of America have once again drawn public attention to the ongoing evil of white supremacy. Systemic racism continues to cause incalculable harm across the world. Our hearts weep for the suffering caused – for those who have lost their lives, those who have experienced persecution, those who live in fear. God’s justice and love for all creation demands that this evil is properly confronted and tackled. Let us be clear: racism is an affront to God. It is born out of ignorance, and must be eradicated. We all bear the responsibility and must play our part to eliminate this scourge on humanity.
“As Dr Martin Luther King Jr said, ‘In a real sense, we are all caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Therefore, injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.’
“We pray that God’s abounding wisdom, compassion and love will guide leaders across the world to forge a better society.”